CIRP Research-Center for International Relations and Politics - Carnegie Mellon University

CIRP Research

Carnegie Mellon University's comparative advantage in the social sciences rests in its ability to investigate issues, be they functional or specific to a country or region, through interdisciplinary research that combines fields such as social science and engineering in the same study.  Contributing to this tradition, CIRP fosters research, teaching, and policy analysis in diverse regions of the world through its flagship program, Grand Strategy, as well as its Regions Initiative. 

If you are a undergraduate or graduate student interested in conducting research for CIRP, please email
Angel Nonye-JohnAngel Nonye- John, CIRP research associate and IRP major, presented her research on "Cuban Foreign Policy" at Meeting of the Minds on May 7, 2014.